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You look fabulous, Go Surface.
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Originally Posted by wmmk View Post
Thanks for the tips, everybody!

Shoes-wise, what do you think of the ones at the top of this post? For the half-tuck, would I actually tuck in the front of the sweatshirt, or just kind of let it bunch up above the belt? I guess it'd be easier to pull off that look with knits whose hems aren't ribbed, but I'll certainly give it a try. Would having the whole thing hemmed so that it hits mid-belt all around make the half-tuck look less drastic?

Anyway, I sincerely appreciate the nonchalance comment, especially coming from you.

You're welcome. I've only messed around with the look a couple of times myself and it really isn't for everyone. It is indeed better with unribbed hems and just bunching up a little around the belt buckle and/or belt "tongue" and falling about everywhere else. This is where the nonchalance factor should come in, where the idea is to look slightly dishevelled without "shouting" it, as it were. I only suggested it in case you took the previous poster's torso criticism to heart - there really isn't anything wrong with the area as presented in your photo. If you do it and decide it looks goofy, don't do it - it won't be a loss to you at all

When you experiment more, you could perhaps try belts in different colours other than black and brown, though the idea there is that they match or harmonise with a different item like your shirt/sweater rathe than your shoes. I have a friend who wears a white belt with white shirts and jackets and a yellow belt with a yellow v-neck. Not saying you should seek out such bright colours, but for fun experimentation, you can consider something along those lines

I wear similar shoes to the ones you posted. I like them and they should easily integrate into your look
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Threw this shit out real quick, somewhere between Wes Anderson and something I'd actually call a decent fit. On the way to the Las Olas art show... Shorts really need to be dry-cleaned/steamed...will hopefully post something more legit later....
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post
Threw this shit out real quick, somewhere between Wes Anderson and something I'd actually call a decent fit. On the way to the Las Olas art show...


I like your calves.
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
^I gotta see this, take pics with above scarf on while on dancefloor or top of bar.

They have coat check Jet-san. They accept scarves too. I boogie woogie woogied until I just couldn't boogie no more. My legs are sore.

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Originally Posted by Dashaansafin View Post
Sweet look, ive been trying to emulate some of it. In regard to the shirt, the front is obviously pretty long, I have a shirt similar in length on me, however the pack goes an inch or two away from the bottom of my butt, do you just tuck in the back?

Thanks. I don't tuck in the back. Just let it all hang out.

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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
GoSurf--- killin it as usual. Looks great..

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Originally Posted by berlin report View Post
You look fabulous, Go Surface.

Thanks guys!!
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Originally Posted by mr. burns View Post
eh, why not.

Hey, do you tuck in the back of your shirt?
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AndrewRyanWallace, what brand is that t-shirt? I like the thin stitching on the neck.
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This is my favorite look of yours so far. Everything works for me, especially the colors.
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Originally Posted by slappysloopy View Post
Looks great. How many glasses do you have? I like the way these match your cardigan but the raybans are awesome.

Thanks! I have a total of 4 pairs in rotation. Someday when i'm not lazy i'll post some comparison shots in the eyeglasses thread..
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Drifter/APC/Docs
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Originally Posted by 854ca View Post
AndrewRyanWallace, what brand is that t-shirt? I like the thin stitching on the neck.

B. Son. Speaking of which, does anyone else have a B Son tee? The tag says dry clean only, but this thing is 100% cotton and it's a little longish in the sleeves, which is annoying..I would like to wash it.

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Originally Posted by bluemagic View Post
This is my favorite look of yours so far. Everything works for me, especially the colors.

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Fortysomething View Post
Looks good. Did you say those were 514s and you had muscular legs? Wow. When I tried on the 514s, I thought the legs/seat were too tight. Hmmm.

well, i don't work them out at the gym or anything but with distance running and playing soccer all my life, they're definitely not skinny. the thighs were a little tight at first but loosened up.


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Originally Posted by Dashaansafin View Post
Hey, do you tuck in the back of your shirt?

nope.
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I know I won't have time to post more fits since school starts up again next week, so here's today.



dior jacket
apc nc (these are pretty much brand new so I apologize for that)



alden flex welt shoes. copley last
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Originally Posted by bluemagic View Post
This is my favorite look of yours so far. Everything works for me, especially the colors.

+1. An excellent colour mix + uncontrived garment choices = surefire combination

Speaking of contrivances, here's me today:










I really gotta sort my shooting issues out
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I'm kinda nauseous from these colors
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